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1. Tanaiste 1 2. Meetings and the Deputy Principal 3. Purpose of the Session 1. To explore the range of meetings a Deputy Principal experiences in his/her role 1.…
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  • 1. Tanaiste 1
  • 2. Meetings and the Deputy Principal
  • 3. Purpose of the Session 1. To explore the range of meetings a Deputy Principal experiences in his/her role 1. Consider how to make these as effective as possible
  • 4. Every meeting ever? https://youtu.be/K7agjXFFQJU
  • 5. Predict & Prevent •Non-Contributor •Facilitator •Saboteur/Negator •‘Get here when I can’ •Dominator •Side Talkers •Repeaters, Parrots and Ramblers •Social Networker
  • 6. What types of meetings are you involved in?
  • 7. Types of Meetings • Full staff meetings • Staff group meetings (e.g., Dept) • Individual meetings (student, teacher, other staff, parent) • Parent-Teacher meetings • Outside agencies • Other schools • Union meetings
  • 8. Meetings bloody meetings https://youtu.be/ZWYnVt-umSA?list=PLyAHJhNoAR- 4gHmwe17kX7onWRq_hCDNn
  • 9. Formal meetings 1. Pre-meeting 2. Meeting 3. Post-meeting
  • 10. Pre Meeting • Meeting calendar • Notice • Agenda • Meeting with Principal? • Meetings with other individuals? • Preparation reading? • Survey? • Previous meeting minutes? • Practicalities
  • 11. Meeting • Previous minutes and matters arising • Norms and expectations • Timing • Minute-taking, and template? • Chairing strategies • Wrap-up and actions agreed • Next meeting - date, time, location
  • 12. Post Meeting • Distribution and storage of minutes and relevant documents • Follow up on actions • Further individual meetings?
  • 13. In advance of the meeting • Evidence • Information from other teachers • Previous correspondence • Break bad news in advance of the meeting/ (EI) • Plan to have some specific suggestions ready • Decide on a time-limit • Decide if you need to have a colleague present? • Plan your acceptable outcome(s).
  • 14. During the meeting • Listen • Use statements like “I care about your child” • Be honest and truthful • Seek parents' suggestions • Try to find common agreement on a way forward • Stand firmly by school policies, but admit mistakes when appropriate • Take notes of what was said and agreed • Always be respectful (and expect respect)
  • 15. After the meeting Follow up:- • Keep in touch • Any referrals • Any actions agreed. Have you done yours? • Inform parents about any improvements
  • 16. Evaluations
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